data management program

data management program

[′dad·ə ‚man·ij·mənt ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program that keeps track of what is in a computer system and where it is located, and of the various means to store and access the data efficiently.
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Dubbed IATA's Global Aviation Data Management program, GADM is the world's most diverse aviation data exchange initiative of its kind.
"In the framework of the EU-funded Biodiversity Data Management Program through the IGAD Secretariat, we have developed a biodiversity database that includes all components of biodiversity," he said, noting that the Biodiversity Database provides a comprehensive data that includes the fields of crops, horticulture, forests, pastures, livestock and wildlife in nature and coastal reserves, and are linked to the application of geographical maps that reflect their distribution.
In the face of enhanced privacy regulation already in place in the EU and coming in other jurisdictions, legal, audit and technology leaders should have a privacy and data management program in place that establishes accountability and oversight of data throughout the organization.
'Government Data Management Program' in Abu Dhabi, which aims to harness the
There were also suggestions for oil firms to modify their SAP system, a data management program that aids business in their product and services procurements as well as in their overall business operations.
In the past year the company also launched the Avant Data Management Program (ADMP) to continue the development of technology leaders.
The data is then compiled into a data management program which compares and ranks all assets across the entire system.
With the use of these new integrated technologies comes the risk that in case of a connectivity failure, results could be unreported to the QC Data Management program. Advanced QC tools can alert users, scanning the program at fixed intervals to verify the presence of the QC results.
Implementing a legally defensible retention schedule is a key component of an organization's data management program. It can speed up the e-discovery process and reduce costs associated with document preservation and reproduction.
Naturally, if a carrier implements a comprehensive master data management program, they have a much better handle on the quality of their information, that's the critical aspect.
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